Like all second-Mondays-of-the-month this year, it comes with a simple, gentle one-minute Way to increase your flexibility. C'mon, on your back! Now hug 'em. Both. This is a real feel-good stretch.
Carved in stone. No shortcuts with this technology. No, you probably didn't carve it in stone unless you really had something important to say. Like, well, you'll have to Press Play for this.
Jamming to finish the last unfinished business before vacation. Delighted to make a great meal in six minutes. A fish entree that's thoroughly satisfying, hugely flavorful and completely healthful. Light but hearty, high-protein, zero glycemic load.
Next week: vacation. This week: lots of work to do - and great appreciation for batches of leftover deliciousness that require no real cooking. Like salsa verde-topped "tostadas" made from leftover polenta. Tart, sweet, spicy, warm, soft and crispy in each bite.
Today: Happy National Bean Day. Tonight: something hot, steaming, rich but light. Something spectacularly delicious that cooks itself in one pot.
It's a weird thing, fish skin. It can be as a good as a really good potato chip. Thin, light, crisp, dry, slightly salty. Or it can be slippery, oily, chewy and even a little fatty. Something that could strike you as ... gross. Here's how you make the really good version.
Like all first-Mondays-of-the-month that don't come with New Year's hangovers, today's comes with a simple, gentle one-minute Way to improve your health. Get up! C'mon, you can read standing up. By the time you finish reading this, you're done with the first rep of today's healthy exercise.
It's that time of year when everything conspires to make you think about time. But I have to admit, I'm thinking less about time and more about sand. Where my would like to be. Press Play, put your feet up and let your toes watch.
The might be the ultimate Better Cheaper Slower food. Two really Cheap ingredients: flour and potato. Better than any pasta or potato dish I've ever had. When you get the feel, when you get it right, you'll be so amazed by every bite. And you'll eat very Slowly.
In South Carolina, USA, they eat a lot of Hoppin' John this week. Rice and black-eyed peas. For some, it's the hangover cure. For others, it brings good luck for the New Year. In this version, South Carolina meets Italian cuisine. I feel lucky already.